Dec 122014
 
Author and Key West Ghost Hunt proprietor David L. Sloan reads a passage from his latest work, "Robert the Doll," to its namesake, Robert, an antique doll and ward of the Key West Art & Historical Society, whom many believe to be haunted. Robert and his own stuffed pet, a lion named "Leo," reside at Fort East Martello Museum in Key West, where they receive visitors daily. Sloan's tribute to Robert is available in the Museum Store. PHOTO: CAROL TEDESCO

Author and Key West Ghost Hunt proprietor David L. Sloan reads a passage from his latest work, “Robert the Doll,” to its namesake, Robert, an antique doll and ward of the Key West Art & Historical Society, whom many believe to be haunted. Robert and his own stuffed pet, a lion named “Leo,” reside at Fort East Martello Museum in Key West, where they receive visitors daily. Sloan’s tribute to Robert is available in the Museum Store.
PHOTO: CAROL TEDESCO

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